IV Infusion Therapy for Food Poisoning
Posted by Lily James on December 9th, 2018
A bad case of gastrointestinal illness, commonly known as food poisoning, can wreck the best-laid plans, but fortunately, there exists an easy and effective cure: IV Therapy for rehydration. Whether you are a local South Floridian or here on vacation or business, a case of food poisoning can seriously mess up your plans and leave you feeling sick for days. But it doesn’t have to be this way – food poisoning relief starts the moment you book for an IV drip treatment. Food-related illnesses are certainly uncomfortable but are preventable and easily treatable to mitigate any long-lasting problems or complications.
Of all the treatments available to help alleviate symptoms of food poisoning, IV Therapy (intravenous therapy) is by far the quickest and most effective way to bring relief and rapid healing. Food poisoning can manifest in several ways, most common are stomach pains, sudden nausea, diarrhea, and vomiting. Patients suffering from food poisoning, which can range from mild to severe symptoms, see beneficial results after about 30 minutes from receiving an IV infusion drip. The IV treatment includes medications custom blended to relieve symptoms that include dehydration, vomiting, diarrhea, and other digestive problems.
What is Food Poisoning?
Food poisoning occurs when you ingest harmful bacteria that your body cannot digest on its own. This may happen either by eating contaminated food, eating spoiled food, or drinking water or other liquids containing bacteria harmful to your body – think along the lines of the well-known “Montezuma’s Revenge” in which symptoms that can occur when you travel to a different country where food and water is prepared differently from your local area. Most people develop symptoms within 24-hours of consuming contaminated food or beverages.
Food poisoning, depending on the length the individual has gone without medical treatment and the degree and strain of bacteria ingested, ranges from mild to severe cases that may last for more than a day or two. The longer the illness lasts, the more fluids your body is losing leading to quick dehydration. Dehydration occurs when your body is losing more fluids essential for each and every bodily function at a higher rate than the body can absorb and retain. If you are suffering from a bout of food poisoning, or have experienced one before, you know that even taking a sip of regular water can trigger a round of vomiting. If you cannot retain fluids, seek medical help immediately.
With food poisoning, drinking water alone is not enough to maintain or re-establish hydration when you are ill. Other instances when just drinking water is not enough are when your body is under stress from a hangover, gastrointestinal illness, a chronic disease, or even the flu. During these times of illness and physical imbalance, one’s body is tasked with repairing itself and needs hydration for recovery.
Furthermore, dehydration can make the symptoms of food poisoning even worse and take you longer to recover. Severe dehydration is dangerous and should be treated by a medical professional as soon as possible.
Rapid Food Poisoning Relief
1. Treats Dehydration instantly
When drinking water alone is not sufficient for hydration, IV Therapy (Intravenous Therapy) is the fastest and most effective way to get fluids back into your system. To avoid dehydration, a Recovery IV Treatment will cure the effects of food poisoning. Our IV Therapy fluids are specially formulated to offer your system with the proper balance of electrolytes and key minerals needed for proper body functions.
2. IV Infusions provide medicine
Second, to hydration, IV fluid infusion therapy is used to administer medicine effectively and quickly. IV treatments are the most effective when the IV fluids are formulated with a blend of medicines and vitamins to speed up recovery. When you are ill from a food illness, symptoms of indigestion, upset stomach and vomiting can be resolved with medicine added to the IV bag and going into your system intravenously. Your IV Therapist can add specific prescription level medicines to ease heartburn, nausea, vomiting, and headaches. Always consult with a medical professional to ensure you are receiving the correct medications needed.
3. Fluids are administered intravenously, bypassing the digestive system
The main reason to get an IV drip when sick with food poisoning is to get rehydrated – but often, when you are sick to your stomach, it is the most difficult time to maintain food and fluids in your system. Your digestive system is under stress – by using IV therapy – the medicine and essential fluids needed for your recovery are delivered intravenously, effectively bypassing your digestive system. This ensures your body absorbs all the fluids administered and the medicines get to work faster to provide speedy relief.
4. Mobile IV therapy
When you are not feeling well, and the thought of getting dressed and leaving your house seems impossible, mobile IV therapy comes in handy! You just need to visit their website and leave your query or you can directly call them. They will visit your place within an hour.
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